By Serge Kreutz

Kreutz Ideology has little in common with the 19th century dreamers who believed that with the abolition of states, mankind would enter a paradise of mutual aid.

Furthermore, Kreutz Ideology has nothing in common with the labour union activists of the 20th century who seriously believed that private property is the sole culprit for everything evil in this world.

Kreutz Ideology is closer to Thomas Hobbes, who (in the 17th century) reasoned that the function of state power is to prevent and control physical violence among the members of a society (a night-watchman state), and that, apart from that, as he write in his Leviathan: “Liberty dependeth on the Silence of the Law.”

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